One Gingrich blunder may resonate beyond the complicated back-and-forth about investments and lobbying rules.
After a blunder by England's goalie, the U.S. finished 1-1 in their first World Cup meeting with the Brits in 60 years.
All a terrible accident, she said, a terrible 20-stitch blunder into a broken drinking glass.
So did Barack Obama blunder by failing to order a less lethal operation?
Not every celebrity has taken the lazy route in the wake of a blunder.
"The Jacobins will rise in consequence of this blunder," was the doleful prophecy.
I had made a blunder in thinking eighty miles only eighty miles under any circumstances.
Many a laugh was raised at their expense, as they marched about in blessed ignorance of their blunder.
But he of The blunder and Bluster was a much higher style of man.
It was a gross blunder of John Calvin not to have retained that institution for the faithful.
mid-14c., apparently from blunder (v.), though of about the same age.